CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) RESPONSE 

**In response to the evolving COVID-19 situation, The Melisa Nellesen Center for Autism will implement the following changes while remaining open and operating under modified conditions.**

  1. All public events have been postponed. 
  2. Services are still available to the public but may be provided under modified conditions. 
  3. We discourage everyone from coming to the center until further notice. 

If you need to contact the Center for Autism, please contact us at autismcenter@uvu.edu or 801-863-7620. You may also reach out to any of our staff via phone or email. 
Please refer to uvu.info for the most current information regarding UVU campus as a whole.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION/ UPDATES

Events

All autism center events will be postponed or cancelled. 

We again appreciate your support for autism and look forward to seeing you in the future.

For questions, please contact Laurie Bowen at laurie.bowen@uvu.edu or 801-863-8759.

  

**UPLIFTING CELEBRATION FOR AUTISM TO BE POSTPONED**

We are so grateful for your support for the 2021 Uplifting Celebration for Autism. We have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak, and we are concerned for the health and well-being of our event attendees and volunteers. We have postponed the Uplifting Celebration for Autism until 2022. For questions, please contact Laurie Bowen at laurie.bowen@uvu.edu or 801-863-8759.


RESOURCES & SUPPORTS

General Resources & Supports

COVID-19  Resources & Supports

Education: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Mental Health Resources

Resources for Professionals

 

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION PROGRAMS

 

Autism Studies (Minor & Certificate)

Information for Students Enrolled in Autism Courses

Regarding Credit/No Credit Option

Please refer to information from your respective departments regarding the credit/no credit option within your program.

The following information is specific to Autism courses:

If you are pursuing the BCBA or BCaBA credential, DO NOT select Credit/No Credit grading for these classes.  This will negatively impact your ability to apply to take the credentialing exam.  Please talk with your professor or Dr. Carlson if you have any questions.

Special Education

School of Education students should work closely with faculty members and their advisor regarding any concerns with their classes.

Graduate  Studies 

School of Education graduate students should work closely with faculty members and their advisor regarding any concerns with their classes.